Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
If you mean everything as when you just bought it what you do is power off the computer and then when it is off press and hold the 0 key, not the one on the numpad. Then power the system once it gets to the screen to have the system set up you can let go of the 0 key. Now this is all possible assuming you still have the partitions that came with the computer and not reformated it and wiped out all partitions and made it a single one. Basically that is all you have to do. I done it once I was crazy enough to not know how to do it and toshiba told me how the first time I made recovery discs with thier wizard. If you don't have access to your operating system or your partition for recovering is wiped then the only way to get it set to factory defaults is to order some recovery discs.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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